Maintenance and construction work carried out on Israel's railways on Saturday was called 'a severe blow to the sanctity of Shabbat' by Health Minister Yaakov Litzman
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Militants in Egypt's Sinai bombed and opened fire on worshippers during Friday prayers
Israeli army seized Jordan Valley land in the late 1960s and some was later given to settlers. High Court tried to persuade petitioners to accept compensation, but that offer was rejected
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There was no wave of mea culpas from the 'anti-imperialists' who denied the Bosnian genocide after Ratko Mladic's guilty verdict this week. That's because conclusive evidence, even criminal convictions, won’t stop those war crimes deniers, who are now actively whitewashing Assad’s war crimes
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The statement sharply escalated the war of words between the Sunni Muslim kingdom and Shi'ite Iran, rivals in wars and political crises throughout the region
Riyadh realizes it has to seek new ways for coping with Iran, and Iraq could be the ticket, particularly to prevent the creation of a Shi’ite land link to Syria
Saeb Erekat said that Abbas respects and appreciates Kushner after report claims Palestinian president snubbed Trump's son-in-law over move to close Palestinian mission in D.C.
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